We recognize that the arts have unique power, enhancing academic and professional achievement, spotlighting the expressive voices of our community, and serving as a source for healing, liberation, and advocacy.
Current programming includes visual arts, improvisation arts, and digital arts. virtual and in person offerings take place at the Juvenile Justice Center in San Francisco, Maguire Correctional Facility in San Mateo, Youth Service Center in San Mateo, Success Centers Oakland, and the Education & Employment Training Center in San Francisco.
In 2019, The Imagine Bus Project became a project of Success Centers. We are proud to carry on the Bus’s critical work in providing visual arts programming for detention-based youth.
In 2018, Each One Reach One became a project of Success Centers. Its groundbreaking and influential playwriting program resulted in the creation of more than 100 works of original theater, and positively impacted the lives of hundreds of detention-based and marginalized youth. Currently, the playwriting program is paused as we pivot to address the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and changes in youth justice administration.